Graeme Souness admits Leeds might get relegated after their defeat to Everton on Saturday.
An unlikely goal from Seamus Coleman was enough to seal a 1-0 win for Sean Dyche’s men at Goodison park. Leeds failed to be a threat during the game and now sit in 19th place in the League. The Whites are still in search of a manager to replace Jesse Marsch.
Souness says all these factors will make it difficult for Leeds to survive relegation:
“For me, looking at that, I always look at the quality of the squad and then injuries, which we’re second guessing,”
“But the quality of West Ham’s squad would tell me that they’re going to get out of it.
“I think I look at Leeds, I’m not sure anymore. I thought they would have got themselves out of it.
“I look at Bournemouth, my team, where I live, I worry about them. Wolves are alarming, after a couple of good results they go and lose yesterday.
“I think West Ham will be okay. They’ll be okay.
“We’ve sat here for years and said, ‘oh they’re too good to go down.’ No one is too good to go down.” he said on Sky Sports.
Leeds face Southampton in the Premier League next weekend.